Pain Treatment Topics is a big site full of wonderful resources. They’ve just reviewed a whole range of sites on the web and listed those that meet their criteria. To quote:
Pain Treatment Topics evaluated the Internet sites below as being essentially non-commercial and serving the information and education needs of the pain management community. Websites do not qualify for linking if they have a primary purpose of selling specific products or services, offer opinions or viewpoints that are not scientifically substantiated, present information in a way that might be confusing or misleading to our audience, and/or have primarily a political agenda.
This is a VAST list of sites – if you can’t find something of interest in here, I’d be very surprised!
They don’t include me 😦 – but I’m only a little fella in the Big Big world of pain information. The only comment I’d make is that there are an awful lot of medically-oriented sites, and a LOT fewer psychosocial or management sites. That’s a shame, since there are so many people who don’t find pain reduction ‘solves the problem’ and there are a lot of health professionals who would like to find out how to help them.
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